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WICB executes another umpires workshop

Gros Islet, St Lucia – A two day Umpires Training Workshop was completed today in St Lucia for the WICB Senior Umpires Panel.

The workshop which was organized by the WICB was conducted by ICC Regional Umpires Performance Manager Barry Dudleston who has replaced the recently retired John Holder.

Attendees:

Lennox Abraham

Gregory Brathwaite

Vincent Bullen

Nigel Duguid

Clyde Duncan

Goaland Greaves

Vivian Johnson

Luther Kelly

Norman Malcolm

Clancy Mack

Young Windies win by 102 to level series

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, CMC – West Indies Under-19s produced a stifling bowling effort to thrash Australia Under-19s by 102 runs and level their three-match One-Day series at 1-1 on Tuesday.

After making a superb 267-9 off 50 overs at the Global Cricket Academy, West Indies bowlers reduced the Australians to 13-3 before sending them tumbling for 165 all out off 39.1 overs.

Pakistan beat UWI VC's XI by 68 runs

Castries, St Lucia – A century by stand-in captain Mohammad Hafeez and a four-wicket haul by Abdur Rehman steered Pakistan to a comfortable 68-run victory over the UWI Vice Chancellor’s XI, as the tourists made a winning start to their tour here Monday.

Hafeez leads Pakistan in early domination of VC XI

Castries, St Lucia - Pakistan have opened their campaign in the West Indies with a strong batting performance after winning the toss in their warm up match against the Vice Chancellor's XI at Mindoo Phillip Park in St Lucia.

Stand in captain Mohammed Hafeez stroked a compact half century to lead the visitors to 145 for 1 by the end of the 31st over. The right hander reached 79 from 80 balls and has so far struck eight fours and a six.

Young Windies lose first One-Dayer

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, CMC – An innings of 74 from 105 balls from captain Kraigg Brathwaite failed to upstage a hundred from Cameron Bancroft, which set Australia Under-19s up for a 63-run victory in the first youth One-Dayer on Sunday.

Brathwaite struck 10 boundaries, as his side, chasing 241 for victory from their allocation of 50 overs, were dismissed for 177 with 35 balls remaining in the match contested at the Global Cricket Academy Oval 2.

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